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Re: Scheme for IBM PC compatible
In article <29975@bu-cs.BU.EDU> muller@bu-cs.BU.EDU (Robert Muller) writes:
>I'm looking for an interpreter or compiler for Scheme for an IBM PC.
You want PC-Scheme from Texas Instruments. Retail from TI in Dallas is
about $95, and there are substantial educational discounts.
TI's implementation is very fast, has gobs of good features (including
understanding '87 chips, expanded and extended memory, etc.), suffers only a
handful of bugs, and is wonderfully documented.
Unless you're _really_ short on cash, it's not worth messing with anything
else. Good luck.
"Simulate it in ROSS"
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